Supreme Court Seeks Alternatives in Contraceptives Case
In an unusual move and perhaps seeking to avoid a deadlocked decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ordered the parties in the Affordable Care Act contraceptives case to file supplemental briefs.
Top 11 Employer FMLA Mistakes
Missed notices, documentation errors, clueless managers aren’t even the half of it.
Female Soccer Stars Bring EEOC Wage Discrimination Complaint
The U.S. women’s soccer team’s fighting spirit on the field is without parallel. Now some of the team’s members are championing another cause–equal pay for equal work.
SHRM Criticizes Proposed Overtime Rule at House Hearing
The proposed increase of the salary threshold for overtime pay from $23,660 to $50,440 per year, as of this year, is “too much, too fast,” a Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) member testified on behalf of SHRM at a House field hearing.
Law Firms Sue DOL over Proposed ‘Persuader Rule’
Multiple law firms filed a suit to stop the “persuader rule” from being enforced. The firms maintained that the rule infringes on the attorney-client privilege and Model Rules of Professional Conduct’s confidentialiity requirement.